Can you imagine a 9 minute hailstorm with stones larger in size than a quarter? That was the case several days ago in Central Illinois when Mother Nature teed off and fired golf ball-sized hail at corn and soybean fiel
Trying to serve the glitz and glamour of high rollers in Las Vegas mixed with bargain-hunting tourists and everyone in between is a chore. Steve Mulryan makes his living selling beef in the middle of it all, trying for
This autumn will mark the 30th anniversary of deliberations leading up to the 1985 Farm Bill. That legislation was noteworthy for several changes in government agricultural policy but most memorable for those of us in
An attempt by a Canada-based mining company to use eminent domain to
obtain Elko-area ranch land is dividing northern Nevada miners and
ranchers, and prompting reconsideration of 19th-century mining-friendly
As cattle prices continue to soar, breaking all previous records, some might wonder why anyone would take animals off winter pasture at 800 to 850 pounds in mid to late May, and continue them on pasture instead of movin
The state is entering its second straight winter with La Nina conditions in the Equatorial Pacific, but the Nebraska state climatologist said that won't necessarily mean the same kind of winter in 2012.
Between August 6 and August 13, the price of retail regular grade gasoline on the West Coast (PADD 5) increased 19 cents per gallon, well above the 8-cent-per-gallon increase for the United States as a whole.
The U.S. average retail price of regular gasoline decreased seven cents to $3.29 per gallon as of October 28, 2013, 27 cents lower than last year at this time, and the lowest price since December 24, 2012.
Canada will join 10 other nations in Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade talks aimed at creating an Asia Pacific free-trade agreement, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced on Tuesday as part of a bid to reduce reli